Handbook of Yarn Production. Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles
- ID: 2736111
- July 2003
- 504 Pages
- Elsevier Science and Technology
Written by one of the world's leading experts, Handbook of yarn production: technology, science and economics is an authoritative and comprehensive guide to textile yarn manufacturing. The book is designed to allow readers to explore the subject in various levels of detail. The first three chapters provide an overview of yarn production, products and key principles. The major part of the book then reviews in detail the production processes for short-staple, long-staple and filament yarns.There are also chapters on quality control and the economics of staple-yarn production.
The final part of the book consists of a series of appendices which provide in-depth analysis of key topics with detailed technical data and worked examples which is an invaluable reference in itself for anyone concerned with the behaviour, performance and economics of a textile mill.
Handbook of yarn production: technology, science and economics is a standard work for both yarn manufacturers and those researching and studying in this important area of the textile industry.
- A practical and authoritative new handbook for yarn manufacturing
- Shows how problems can arise and how to deal with them
- Includes invaluable technical data, calculations, worked examples and case studies
Review of yarn production
Textile products and fiber production
Filament yarn production
Carding and prior processes for short-staple fibers
Staple systems and modified yarn structures
Quality and quality control
Economics of staple-yarn production.